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  • n. Plural form of shuffling.


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  • In the next place we take Pilate, as the representative of what I have ventured to call the shufflings of a half-awakened conscience.

    Expositions of Holy Scripture : St. Matthew Chaps. IX to XXVIII

  • On the other hand, international collectors who are entering the Pop market now are gravitating to artists 'seminal works without paying as much attention to recent market shufflings.

    Pop Goes the Art Market: A $40 Million Lichtenstein?

  • These sorts of shufflings happen in every district in every election.

    Waldo Jaquith - Martinsville: Stuck with the check and a worthless building.

  • The pulverizing ambience of the city is modified or effaced by iPod, concentration is regularly punctuated by texts and e-mails and re-shufflings of schedule, and the predominant urban vibe is centered, self-possessed, economical in matters of money as well as energy intake and output, lonely but not crushingly so.

    Kent Jones: Lost World Of New York Art

  • The grainy black and white of the original (Romero couldn't raise the money then for color) perfectly suited the ambiguous shufflings in the story.

    Zombies Redux

  • Is evolution full of processes analogous to our immune system, with automatic shufflings that make all things possible?

    The Edge of Evolution

  • The number of interest is the number of mitochondrial genome rearrangements – the number of shufflings that occurred to give us T-urf13.

    Reality 1, Behe 0 - The Panda's Thumb

  • It's the coffee, it's the nicotine, it's the deadlines my dear the deadlines, the so much to do, the such little time, the petty done, the undone vast, the sleep-when-I'm dead, or not even then, for he moves through this world as if rehearsing and rehearsing until it becomes second nature his repertoire of poltergeist shufflings and bangings and spectral fidgetings.


  • There were shufflings and the murmurs of low speech outside; more people had arrived, coming up from the nearby hollows, crowding round the door.

    A Breath of Snow and Ashes

  • Across the hall, small shufflings and murmurings, the shifting of weight and the creak of the table.

    A Breath of Snow and Ashes


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